If you’re a fan of classic computer systems from the 1980s, then check this out. These custom-made cases let you build a working Raspberry Pi computer system that looks like a mini version of iconic retro systems.
Turn your bathroom into a natural history museum with this awesome 3D printed shower head that looks like a T. Rex skull. Its mouth sprays a powerful jet of water between its big pointy teeth.
It’s 3D printed from durable ABS plastic (like LEGO bricks), and screws onto any standard 1/2″ shower pipe.
There aren’t many toys that are more recognizable and iconic than LEGO bricks and minifigs. While I’ve always wanted to make a giant minifig from LEGO bricks, I rather like this shortcut – a jumbo-sized minifig you can buy already made for your desktop or bookshelf.
Back in the day, if you wanted to have a record of where the dungeons and secrets were in a game like The Legend of Zelda, you had to draw your own map. These days you can just 3D print a detailed map, like this amazing replica of the game’s entire overworld.
Tabletop RPG fans will immediately recognize this as a 20-sided die. But you probably won’t actually be rolling this thing the next time you play some D&D. Instead, this D20 can be used to store all your little stuff.
How’d you like to have your voice permanently preserved in a piece of jewelry? Japanese startup Encode Ring is using a unique 3-D printing technology to turn your voice into a metal ring. These rings are visualization of 3 seconds of voice audio.
Do you like mountains? Why not put one on a ring and wear it? Maybe you love cartography. If so, Portland, Oregon-based design studio Waaypoint has created some beautiful jewelry with a little help from NASA.
The Musée royal de Mariemont in Belgium is holding an exhibition called “From Stargate to Comics: Egyptian Gods In Geek Culture”. Sounds pretty cool no? And you can travel there by Stargate.
Okay, you can’t get there by Stargate, but they do have one on site.
Looking for a fun piece of jewelry that captures your geeky spirit? Well, if you love retro arcade games, you should check out this cool Space Invaders-inspired ring from ZaniZ.
Each ring is 3D printed to order, and can be rendered in a variety of materials, including stainless steel, 24k gold over steel, brass, polished silver, or a variety of plastics.
Time to up your Pokémon catching skills. This DIY iPhone case is simple and brilliant. It will help even the suckiest poke ball throwers catch a Pokémon while playing Pokémon GO.
It was designed by Jon Cleaver and the idea is that it helps you make consistent Pokéball throws in the mobile game.
It’s not convenient for regular people like us to call for Batman’s help. You need a high rooftop, then you have to make a large spotlight that will call the Caped Crusader. Then, that spotlight takes a lot of power.
Do you have specters, spooks and other paranormal anomalies? You need to catch those suckers before you get slimmed. Sean Charlesworth has just the thing for you. He created this cool ghost trap replica. It may not catch ghosts for real, but it will make you feel better.
This Super Mario Boo Ghost Planter will look awesome in your home. I would put a Piranha Plant in it. Or some vine that will let you climb into the clouds. It’s pretty adorable.
The only problem that I see with this Boo Ghost planter is that your plant might take on the characteristics of Boo, meaning that when you look at it, it will freeze and not grow.
Remember that lovable rolly-polly droid that rolled into our hearts during its brief appearance in the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer? Of course you do. It was only a few days ago. Disney certainly wasted no time Disney-fying our favorite sci-fi property.
I love it when geeks with lots of talent build replicas based on the insane weapons found in video games. Such is the case with a dude named Kirby Downey who built a replica of a gigantic machine gun from Destiny called the Thunderlord.
3D printing has delivered some really cool new things. Toys, prosthetic limbs, all kinds of stuff, but nothing as awesome as this T-Rex showerhead. In the shower no one can hear you scream as you clean.